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Top of the morning news for August 29, 2011


Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio made a special trip in Buffalo to visit a reporter awaiting a bone marrow transplant.  Buffalo News

"What the Jaguars now hope is that the return of four key defensive players - Kampman, Alualu, Session and Mincey - will upgrade their pass defense. And that the return of Maurice Jones-Drew and Britton could get the running game going, which could help the passing game get going."  The Times-Union

Peter King's Monday Morning Quarterback.

A look at the Colts free agents and their impact in the preseason.  Indianapolis Star

National Football PostSunday Blitz

Dolphins add former Jaguars safety to roster.  Sun-Sentinel

Are the Texans gearing up for a run at the AFC South title?  Houston Chronicle

One man's view of the era of NFL running quarterbacks.

Tweet, Tweet

Office here I come.  Another day to put in some work.  AnotherDayAnother$

@MikeThomasJax (wide receiver Mike Thomas)

That workout was kinda mean!!!

@OlsLyFoxx (rookie running back DuJuan Harris)

Tell ya what.  We got ourselves a helluva good LLWS game on.

@haynosj21 (tight end Joey Haynos)

Just watched the film and The eye in the sky don't lie. Can't wait to get to work tomorrow, work on my craft, and improve on my mistakes.

@CecilShortsIII (wide receiver Cecil Shorts III)

Most likely gonna get the iphone today

@WillRackley (offensive lineman Will Rackley)

It's almost 8pm and still 93 degrees!  Will I ever get used to this?

@ZMiller86 (tight end Zach Miller)

Stat of the day

The Jaguars are looking to win their final preseason game for the sixth consecutive season.  A win on Thursday would give the Jaguars a record of .500 or better in eight of nine preseasons under head coach Jack Del Rio. 


The Jaguars returned to EverBank Field this morning for meetings.  The club will practice this afternoon at the Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields.

The last word

"We wanted to work on that. We came in with the idea that we would and we did. We were able to execute the play offensively; we just didn't make the stop defensively."

Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio on the two-point conversion attempt against Buffalo in the fourth quarter

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